Features and highlights:
An article on Ethiopia-born, New York-based photographer/sculptor/video artist Awol Erizku by Matthew Ryan Smith (ON).
Heather Rigg (ON) writes on Algerian-born, Paris-based artist Mohamed Bourouissa’s work, using photographs he took from a trip to Baffin Island, sculptures made from his own 3D printer and drawings inspired by the AGO’s collection of Inuit Art to explore issues of copyright, cultural exchange and appropriation.
Alexandra McIntosh (NL) speaks on Richard Mosse’s (IRL) visually arresting installation The Enclave prompted by the conflict in Democratic Republic of the Congo and presented at DHC/ART.
In response to Stronger Than Stone: (Re)Inventing the Indigenous Monument, Tarin Hughes (SK) contemplates the contemporary role of public art and monuments in conversation with artists and symposium participants.
Leah Taylor (SK) interviews painter Anna Plesset (NY) on her recent photo-based works.
Sheilah Wilson (US) continues her investigation into the changing face of photography in the 21st century with an interview with Raymonde April (QC).
Kyler Zeleny (ON) revisits his old prairie haunts by (re)presenting his Out West photography series in an exclusive artist project for BlackFlash.
As well, Stephen Broomer (ON) presents an In Focus column on the expanded cinema works of film maker Scott Fitzpatrick (MB).